High Temp Food Grade Pump – 12V, 108 GPH

High temperature(100'C) 6.8L/Min (108GPH) mini DC12V Water Pump. Food grade. Sous V

High temperature food safe pump.  108 Gallons per hour transfer rate.  High temperature up to 100 deg C.  Note that this is 12V DC.  You need to wire this up to a compatible power supply.

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  • High temperature up to 100’C
  • Mini and energy saving
  • Brushless and quiet
  • High output and quiet


In my opinion this is not a direct one to one replacement for something like a Chugger Pump or a March Pump – the flow rate just isn’t there.  If you’re looking for a budget, full featured homebrew pump, consider the MARK II WORT PUMP – via William’s Brewing  or check out our pump resource page.  I do see some possible homebrewing applications including… Transferring wort, mash or sparge water within your system, recirculating mash to help keep a consistent temperature and recirculating wort for chilling.

High temperature(100’C) 6.8L/Min (108GPH) mini DC12V Water Pump. Food grade. Sous Vide

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Make sure the components you use are compatible and rated for your intended application.  Contact manufacturer with questions about suitability or a specific application.  Always read and follow manufacturer directions.

6 thoughts on “High Temp Food Grade Pump – 12V, 108 GPH

  1. Chris Banker

    The flow rate is much slower than March/Chugger pumps and would probably not be a great substitute for those as a pump in your brew system. 108 gph is less than 2 gpm. Most of the March and Chugger pumps used for brewing do somewhere around 7 gpm. There might be other good brewing uses for one of these though.

  2. RDB

    I bought this pump and it is tiny (2.5 inches from end to end, if I remember correctly). It is not functional for brewing. Two or three grains of 2-row would clog this pump. It probably could be battery operated, but needs to be wired up either way. Luckily, they took the return back with no issues.

  3. sunadmn

    I bought this thing awhile back and if you are looking for something tiny (fits in palm of my hand) it’s a perfect fit. If you are looking for something that really moves volume I think you’d be better to save your $$ and buy the March or Chugger.

  4. Anonymous

    I have been wanting a March/Chugger pump for a while. I think this would probably make a good alternative if it weren’t for the 1/4″ output.


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